We’ve all been there. It’s the middle of the night, you want eggs, but there’s no stove in your dorm room. Usually this is a soul-crushing realization, but fear not! Daniel Holzman, owner of The Meatball Shop, has figured out a way to make an omelet with a clothing iron. And it works. Just make sure you don’t get any yolk on your favorite top…
This is episode 5 of our video series in collaboration with Food & Wine called, “The College Try.” We challenge our favorite, most adventurous chefs to create awesome food with typical college cooking equipment and ingredients. The results are pretty epic, so you should definitely start making the most of that dorm room life. Game on.
Clothing Iron Omelet
- Prep Time:10 minutes
- Cook Time:5 minutes
- Total Time:15 minutes
- 3 eggs
- 1 cup grated cheddar cheese
- 1 cup spinach
- 1 tablespoon butter
- 1 clothing iron
- 1 roll duct tape
- tin foil
Duct tape your iron upside-down on a sturdy table.
Fold a long sheet of tin foil over the iron to shape it.
Flip the tin foil over to make a pan on top of the iron.
Turn the iron on and throw some butter in there.
Add spinach to the pan.
Whisk three eggs.
Add cheese to the eggs.
Pour the cheesy eggs into your pan.
Let it cook for six minutes.
Plate your fancy omelet and enjoy.
You are now an Iron Chef.